Initial acupuncture visit
Approximately 90 mins. An in-depth review of all your health concerns and needs, Acupuncture, and any additional modalities I see fit (cupping, electro stimulation, Moxa, etc.)
90min | 110.00
Return acupuncture visit
Review of previous visit, Acupuncture, and any additional modalities I see fit (cupping, electro stimulation, Moxa, etc.)
60min | 70.00
Facial Acupuncture and facial cupping. This treatment will leave your skin soft and smooth! For wrinkle and fine line reduction I suggest a minimum of 8 weekly treatments.
60min | 70.00
Cupping is the use of fire inserted into a glass “cup” to create a suction to the skin. Cupping can be used like massage therapy to release tension/tightness in the muscle layers. Cupping can also be used to reduce cough and expectorate phlegm in the lungs, and can be used on the thighs and stomach to reduce stretch marks. Cupping on the abdomen can also aide in digestion.
30min | 30.00
$300 5 pack of return visits
*not eligible for initial visit
Quit Smoking 10 pack:
$300 10 auricular (ear) treatments to suppress nicotine cravings
Weight Loss 10 pack:
$300 10 auricular (ear) treatments to suppress food cravings
*still need to appropriately diet and exercise
Acupuncture is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine that involves the insertion of tiny needles in specific points along the body and into the top layer of epidermis (skin). Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of pain and illnesses and Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as Qi through energetic pathways called meridians. By inserting needles into these specific meridian points, acupuncture practitioners effectively re-balance the body.
Common issues treated:
back, neck and shoulder pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis, fibromyaligia, nausea, common colds, headaches, asthma, insomnia, fertility issues, stress, weight loss, depression, anxiety, addiction
modalities used along with acupuncture:
Electrical Stimulation (E-stim): Use of a very small amount of electricity to stimulate Acupuncture points, typically used to reduce pain.
Moxibustion: A dried herb (Mugwort) ground and rolled into a stick that burns similar to incense and are used to heat Acupuncture needles.
Acupressure: Manually stimulate an Acupuncture point.
Cupping: Glass cups or plastic cups that are placed on skin to create a suction.
Infrared Heat: Applying heat generated by a “heat lamp.”
Dietary Advice based on Eastern Medicine: Suggestions for herbal formulas and nutrition.
Liniments, Oils, and Plasters: Herbal formulas applied topically to the skin.
Each new patient will need to fill out and sign the health history form below
Liana oliver is a licensed acupuncturist with the state of nebraska
I hold my Master’s of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota, FL. I am nationally board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and I’m a designated Diplomat of Oriental Medicine (Dipl. O.M.) since 2016. I’ve been a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.A.c) in the state of Nebraska, holding license 58, since April, 2017. I strive to bring my patients optimum health and wellness by using my advanced skills and knowledge to use Acupuncture and other suitable modalities to help you get back on track!